I have found the internet to be a great way to get my business to the public. I get most of my guides through iTunes. Now, how do I know where all my guides are coming from? On my page, I have a page called Free CD. For many years I have been giving away a free CD and I will send it and pay for shipping to everyone in the world and on this CD I have 61 hours of excellent listening time. Most of the graphics on that CD are not available on my page.
I will ship and pay for shipping to anyone in the world. But I am selling expensive CDs that some people want me to record which I am selling them for more information. I have a name, last name, email, fax number, phone number, company name, their website page, the business they are doing, do they learn to listen or learn videos or do they like to read well. Do they have the right to own licenses for any of these things, would they be willing to lend to their client lists, would they be interested in learning how to use the terms to sell more on their products or services. How did they feel about me?
That’s why I can see all of these things and I have some very good guides for people who order this CD. The reason I exchange most of the shipping information with the cost of shipping the CD. I look where people know about me and see a few people coming from YouTube and iTunes. Now, YouTube we took about 150 videos and you can just upload a 10 minute video on YouTube and my assistant transferred them to these ABI files, these video files that are related to YouTube and we made the shows with nothing but references. If you go to YouTube and search for Michael Senoff you will see how I did this.
So I have 150 sketches for 10 minutes, it all starts with, “Wow, I’m Michael Senoff …” and I start selling and then 10 minutes of listening comes and I can show a video that is a slideshow but with some testimonials on my page, I direct them to my page. I welcome more people from YouTube.
That’s why you want to use all the external factors that can cause people to stumble over your content or your words. Here are some suggestions on how to use it properly.
There’s one here I didn’t mention, broadcast. It can be very popular and very powerful. Once you have a list of clients, and you have their phone numbers, there are online activities where you can download the numbers and record a 30 or 60 second call to callers. It is very cheap.
You can – like an email explosion, you can make a call on your customer answering machine. If someone answers the phone, you can set the app to check so they just leave a message on their answering machine and it sounds natural. They would never know that it is provided by a computer and not you calling them personally. That you can really encourage.
Now, there are new rules in effect here. I think she may have already started broadcasting. You must have a list of selected clients. You can’t advertise – I think it’s banned here in the United States unless you choose the same email. You can’t pump.
This is another inexpensive and effective way to do business with cars.